Letter from All-Stars Alumnus

Dear Supporters

My heart was racing as I was sitting in Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s office across from the After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Board of Directors, waiting to speak about how ASAS helped transform my life. These inspiring men and women are passionate about ensuring that students have access to the high quality after-school programs, just like the one that helped me get into this seat today. All my memories came flooding back.

ASAS means so much to me, to my family and community, to my past, but more importantly, to my future. At the end of the summer, I’ll be packing my bags and travelling to rural Vermont, to begin my freshman year at Middlebury College. I was lost in fantasy of studying in a state-of-the-art chemistry lab, wearing a white lab coat, when I heard my name being called, “Citlali, what was your ASAS experience like?” I took a second to gather my thoughts - I had so much to tell! Where to begin?

I first heard about ASAS during 6th grade orientation. My mom worked late and needed somewhere for me to stay after-school. I went every day, participated in healthy cooking classes and science fairs, but my favorite activity was our leadership class, where I served as Secretary and later, President. The following year, I was selected to join the National Youth Advisory Board, representing the Los Angeles chapter. That summer, we were sent to Washington DC for a leadership training camp focusing on public speaking and community service. Since then, I had the opportunity to head up several community organizations and represent ASAS at a number of speaking engagements, I even appeared on CNN with Van Jones alongside the Governor. At the end of 8th grade, I was presented with a special gift: a gavel engraved with my name in recognition of my service on the Youth Advisory Board. I’ll take it to college with me. It has such a special place in my heart.

I can’t wait to attend Middlebury (on a full scholarship) and leave my mark on the campus. I plan to study biology or biochemistry, to enter medical school and become a pediatrician, my dream job. I couldn't be more grateful for the opportunities I received and it’s my honor to continue working with this fabulous organization as an alumnus, helping to establish our first ever alumni network.

I’m honored to present our 2017-2018 annual report. I hope you will take a moment to gain a deeper understanding of how ASAS is fueling the growth of young people like me. I want to thank our board and founders, our generous partners and supporters, and our dedicated staff and mentors who are in classrooms every day. Thank you so much for always believing in me and thank you for being a part of our All-Star Family.


Paul Wachter Signature Citlali Aguilera-Rico
ASAS Alumnus

Student Stories

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Wallace's Success Story

Wallace Wyatt III started off as a student in our After-School All-Stars program, then went on to become a volunteer, and is now one of our program leaders at After-School All-Stars North Texas. His dream is to one day be the next CEO of After-School All-Stars. Currently, he is a graduate student at Southern Methodist University and is working on his Master’s in Non-Profit Organizational Management.

1. What are your current goals—academically, personally, and professionally?

“Academically, I want to be the first in my immediate family to graduate with my doctoral degree. I am almost there, currently working on my masters. Professionally and personally, it is my desire, short-term, to become a site coordinator here in North Texas. Long-term, I want to stay with After-School All-Stars and who knows, maybe I will become the next Ben Paul, the next CEO of the organization. After-School All-Stars is literally family to me—my father and my current stepmother met through All-Stars, got married, and I now have two younger siblings.”

2. Are there any social good causes you are particularly passionate about and consider yourself an advocate for?

“Definitely leadership. We all just want to be heard. I see it in the kids that I work with here in North Texas. I strive to be an intentional leader that advocates for others. I want to let my students know that their voice matters and that they can accomplish whatever it is they want to do. I want to be the adult that I needed while I was growing up.”

3. Looking back on your life, how different would you say your life trajectory would be without After-School All-Stars?

“If I didn’t have After-School All-Stars in my life, I think there is a strong possibility I would be in one of two places—I would either be incarcerated or dead. And I say that because of all the anger that was built up inside of me from trying my hardest to be the child that was accepted at home. It wasn’t until After-School All-Stars that I learned there is more to life than just the community you were brought up in. And getting that exposure, getting encouraged and motivated, showed me how to attain my goals.”

4. How would you describe yourself before and after After-School All-Stars?

“Before After-School All-Stars I was really lost and just trying to go with the flow, which is a very dangerous place to be because I wasn’t willing to oppose anything that was given to me. But now with After-School All-Stars, I learned that it’s okay to respectfully voice your opinion. I was, and am continually being encouraged as an employee now, to openly share what’s on my heart and on my mind. I finally feel like my voice matters.”

5. What is one lesson you gained from being in After-School All-Stars?

“My biggest lesson from All-Stars was learning to be my authentic self. Now that I have found my voice, I’m holding onto it, and I won’t let anyone take it away. And now that I have developed and found who I am, I am able to encourage others to be their authentic selves.”

Citlali's Success Story

Citlali Aguilera-Rico is a former After-School All-Stars alum and current high school senior preparing to begin her college journey later this year at Middlebury College in Vermont. In December of 2018, on her 18th birthday, Citlali found out she was one of ten recipients of the prestigious, full-tuition Posse leadership scholarship. We sat down with Citlali to find out more about how she got to where she is today. We are so excited to see what her future holds.

1. What are your current goals—academically, personally, and professionally?

“Academically and professionally, once I get to Middlebury, I want to study biology and become a pediatrician. I have such a strong love and passion for learning about the human body and how it works, plus I love working with kids. Personally, I want to continue to be a leader on campus and have already been looking at various student organizations. Middlebury is a predominantly white college so I am looking at how I can bring my heritage, my own personal experiences, and living in a diverse place like Los Angeles to the students of Middlebury. I want to make sure we are not just adding a few more clubs to the campus for the sake of ‘diversity’ but are truly striving to do better, to raise awareness and to hold the right conversations on campus. The world is very polarized right now and we should be able to come together, have these important conversations, and make great change in the world.”

2. Are there any social good causes you are particularly passionate about and consider yourself an advocate for?

“I definitely consider myself an advocate for After-School All-Stars because they have been there for me my entire life. My mom was a middle school administrator, so I didn’t get to see her often, and my dad was a high school math teacher; they were both always very busy. After-School All-Stars was there for me when I needed somewhere to be; it was a good place for me to do my homework and provided extracurricular activities for me. I think it’s highly important for there to be proper funding and a better understanding surrounding the education and social emotional intelligence of middle schoolers specifically.”

3. Looking back on your life, how different would you say your life trajectory would be without After-School All-Stars?

“Through All-Stars and being a Youth Advisory Board Member, I found a lot of confidence in myself, which ultimately led to me becoming the person I am today. Without All-Stars, I would have continued to be this shy person who did not believe in herself and did not know what she was actually capable of doing. I am very active at my school and am involved with various organizations so people will walk by me and say ‘oh, you talked at that assembly, right?’. Without After-School All-Stars I would not be that person. Honestly, I would not even have this Posse scholarship because it is a leadership-based scholarship and all the fundamentals of leadership and how I became a leader came through All-Stars and by being a Youth Advisory Board Member.”

4. How Would You Describe Yourself Before And After After-School All-Stars?

“Before All-Stars, I was extremely shy. When I was 9 years old, my dad passed away which really caused me to close in and stop talking to my friends. I became really quiet and kept to myself. But then in middle school, I joined ASAS and I was able to make friends, be involved in extracurricular activities, and eventually be selected to be a Youth Advisory Board Member. I was able to spread my wings, learn public speaking, and gain leadership skills in order to become the person I am today."

5. What Is One Lesson You Gained From Being In After-School All-Stars?

“I learned that leadership is not about being the boss and telling everyone what to do but it is making sure that everyone has a chance to speak, being empathetic towards others, and not arguing but understanding other people’s perspective. Leadership is about open communication. Additionally, being part of the program exposed me to kids from all over the country with their own stories, their own struggles, some similar and some different to mine. That cross-cultural communication was extremely beneficial to me and I know that is something that will carry me on throughout my life.”

Data & Demographics

Our Footprint

ASAS provides free, comprehensive after-school programming for low-income K-12 students at Title 1 schools in cities across the nation.

  • Our Students

    • 50% Female
    • 50% Male

    • 40% Elementary (K-4)
    • 56% Middle (5-8)
    • 4% High (9-12)
  • Our Student Chart

    85% of our students
    qualify for a
    Free or Reduced
    Lunch Program

  • Diversity

    • 46% Black/African American
    • 35% Hispanic/Latinx
    • 9% White
    • 7% Asian American/Pacific Islander
    • 2% Other
    • 1% Native American/Alaskan Native
    • 60
    • 468
    • 19
    • 5,600
    • 13
    • 90,718
Data & Demographics

Students Served and Supported


Our Mission

After-School All-Stars (ASAS) provides comprehensive after-school programs that keep children safe and help them succeed in school and life.

Our Vision

Our vision is for our All-Stars to be safe and healthy, to graduate high school and go to college, to find careers they love and then give back to their communities.

National Organization

Las Vegas
North Texas
San Antonio
South Florida
Los Angeles
Bay Area
Puget Sound
New york
cleveland Cleveland
New Jersey
Washington DC
Philadelphia Philadelphia
Toledo Toledo

ASAS is the largest middle-school based after-school program in the country.

2018 was a record-breaking fundraising year for us!

Partner Spotlight

Windsong Trust

Windsong Trust is a key partner in After-School All-Stars’ efforts to ensure that our students are prepared to graduate from high school, go on to college or join the workforce, and lead healthy, fulfilling lives.


  • After-School All-Stars (ASAS) serves 90,718 students in 60 cities and 468 schools. However, despite our efforts, we realize greater unmet needs remain. As one of the largest national youth-serving organizations, we engage our legislative leaders to educate policymakers and advocate for additional investments in our programs and high-quality afterschool and summer programs wherever they operate.

    Below are a few highlights from the past 2017-2018 fiscal year:

    Federal Advocacy

    We partnered with the Afterschool Alliance to co-sponsor a series of Capitol Hill staff briefings in Washington, D.C. on the importance of preserving the annual $1.2 billion in federal 21st Century Community Learning Center funding. ASAS Orlando alum and current college student, Ashley Castillo, traveled to Washington to share her personal story on how the program has impacted her life. Other federal funding initiatives we work to protect include: Americorps, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), Mentoring Funds, the Perkins Career and Technical Education, and proper funding for after-school programming.

    State Advocacy

    In states where ASAS has multiple chapters, our local staff, students, parents and board members are teaming up to go to their state capitols to make their case. In Hawaii, students organized a rally on Lights On, Afterschool Day. In Ohio, former Governor Kasich showed moral support by attending our events and further supported our work in Columbus, Toledo and Cleveland. In Florida, our Tampa, Orlando and Miami chapters met with legislators to increase funding for program expansion.

    County and City Advocacy

    In Orlando, our chapter worked closely with Mayor Buddy Dyer and city agencies to boost program services. Our South Florida Chapter held an event announcing our expansion into Broward County. In San Antonio, former Mayor Henry Cisneros and State Senator John Montford co-hosted our annual luncheon to make our case to 300 local leaders. In Newark, Mayor Baraka attended the opening of a new Makers Space in our support. And in Camden, New Jersey, we held an event with the Sixers announcing our expansion into two more schools.

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Partner Spotlight

  • Windsong Trust

    Windsong Trust is a key partner in After-School All-Stars’ efforts to ensure that our students are prepared to graduate from high school, go on to college or join the workforce, and lead healthy, fulfilling lives. Additionally, with Windsong Trust’s support in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, ASAS provides high school readiness, college immersion, and health and fitness programs to thousands of youth each year. Support from Windsong Trust has been instrumental to ASAS’ ability to offer high-quality, foundational programs for youth while also creating innovative new after-school learning opportunities.

    In 2018, After-School All-Stars and Windsong Trust expanded our partnership to pilot an original career and technical education program, Show Your Work. This program engages middle school students through original curricula that foster hands-on learning experiences, skill building, and meaningful interactions with professionals in commercial real estate development, architecture, advanced manufacturing, construction technology, and culinary arts.

Key Partners

  • HARRIS Family

    What does one of the world’s most successful businessmen and billionaires say is the key to success? The answer may surprise you. Josh Harris – private equity giant and principal owner/managing partner of the NHL’s New Jersey Devils and the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers – attributes much of his success in life to lessons learned during his days as a high school and college wrestler. Now Harris and his wife, Marjorie, are working with ASAS to help provide similar opportunities to youth across the country.

    Parents of five children, Josh and Marjorie understand the importance of after-school programming in teaching big life lessons such as leadership, teamwork, and perseverance. “Kids get to play basketball and other sports, but also we sneak in a little bit of homework and good eating, and science and math,” explains Josh at an After-School All-stars basketball clinic. “I think it’s really important to feel that we’re making a difference and giving back to the community,” adds Marjorie. “It’s not just about owning a team – it’s about what it does for people.”

    Over the last two years, the Harris Family Charitable Foundation has supported ASAS’ expansion throughout the northeast, helping us open new sites in Camden and Newark,

  • NJ, and Philadelphia, PA – all cities tied to the Harrises’ sports teams. Additionally, the foundation has supported ASAS’ national capacity to operate high-quality programs, including funding the expansion of our evaluation efforts, as the Harrises are staunch advocates of results-driven philanthropy.

    Thank you, Josh and Marjorie Harris, for your commitment to the cities of Camden, Newark, and Philadelphia, and to supporting ASAS’ work to build the next generation of leaders, both on and off the court!

Key Partners

  • Mondelez

    Kale, sautéed with olive oil, with a dash of lemon juice to brighten things up, has been the dark horse on the ASAS culinary scene. Trepidation is quickly replaced with delight as students discover the pleasures of fresh produce expertly prepared. For many All-Stars, this is their first experience tasting truly fresh produce and sampling new dishes. And it’s the students themselves that are calling the shots in the kitchen. In a farm to table approach, they’re growing tomatoes, zucchini, corn, eggplants, and herbs and utilizing their home-grown produce as they master healthy cooking techniques and nutrition lessons as part of a nationwide initiative. “I like cooking class because we make all different sorts of food—we make vegan foods, we make healthy foods, and learn how to make things from scratch instead of out of a box, like ice cream. I like it because it helps me find different ways to try new foods, and I can cook some of them at home, like fried rice and smoothies.” – Zackery

Chapter Snapshots

  • Atlanta

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Atlanta offers students hundreds of programs, ranging from homework assistance to project-based learning; other activities include sports and cooking. We want to ensure all students feel welcomed and included.

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    • 3,579
    • 23
    • 98%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Bay Area

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Bay Area empowers students to pursue opportunities beyond high school education in college, career and life. We invest in STEM learning to empower students to be 21st Century Ready and to create their own opportunities.

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    • 444
    • 3
    • 69%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Chicago

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Chicago recently added a new program component to the Career Exploration Opportunities initiative. The chapter tirelessly works to introduce All-Stars students to vocational jobs. 

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    • 46,234
    • 241
    • 85%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Cleveland

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Cleveland strives to engage as many students as possible through daily after-school programming. Our attention to student retention goes beyond student engagement.

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    • 239
    • 2
    • 95%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Columbus

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Columbus opened its doors downtown in 2000 and soon discovered that while many of the schools had various program activities and student-focused events, the student engagement and participation levels were low and inconsistent. The ASAS Columbus team was committed to ensuring the safety and engagement of all students and found hockey to be the answer to both concerns.

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    • 450
    • 4
    • 70%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Hawaii

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Hawaii is known for its welcoming community and sense of belonging—always prioritizing the need for mentorship and guidance for all students.

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    • 1,820
    • 10
    • 62%
      Qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Las Vegas

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Las Vegas focuses on exposing students to off campus activities that better connects them to the great outdoors, mentors, and overall career opportunities. Since 2007, ASAS Las Vegas has provided Lifetime Adventures classes to connect underserved students to environments outside their neighborhoods and to promote youth outdoor learning and wilderness travel.

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    • 5,670
    • 16
    • 96%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Los Angeles

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Los Angeles strives to empower students through mentorship. We realize the importance of a strong, supportive community in our students’ lives.

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    • 14,903
    • 54
    • 90%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • New Jersey

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) New Jersey is dedicated to creating a safe and welcoming environment for all students. The ASAS team is set on empowering the next generation of leaders.

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    • 485
    • 4
    • 76%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • New York

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) New York strives to create better engagement between home and school, allowing parents to be more thoroughly involved through open communication and understanding of the program activities provided.

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    • 860
    • 5
    • 87%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • North Texas

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) North Texas is devoted to the improvement and empowerment of all-inclusive education. Our hope is to provide students with the necessary enrichment programs to develop their own individual skillsets.

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    • 671
    • 6
    • 100%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Orlando

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Orlando aims to cultivate a supportive and empowering community for all students. We know not every child may have a positive perception of what the word “home” means, but our hope is that they will feel at home in ASAS and feel that they belong.

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    • 3,893
    • 21
    • 79%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Philadelphia and Camden

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Philadelphia and Camden students at our Molina Upper Elementary location take a moment to show off their hard work cooking in our Kids in the Kitchen program.

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    • 436
    • 5
    • 100%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Puget Sound

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Puget Sound actively strives to fulfill Greater Seattle’s need for comprehensive after-school programs tailored for under-resourced middle school youth.

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    • 446
    • 2
    • 61%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • San Antonio

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) San Antonio has tirelessly fought for the funding and expansion of the chapter since its initial opening.

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    • 2,986
    • 32
    • 92%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • South Florida

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) South Florida takes advantage of the warm weather and year-round sunshine to grow herbs and seasonal vegetables, which students then use in cooking class, take home to their families, and prepare and serve to the school community at culminating events.

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    • 3,455
    • 35
    • 87%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Tampa Bay

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Tampa Bay provides academic and enrichment programs to children in local middle schools in the Tampa Bay area. We partner with the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County Schools, and local community leaders to create a safe educational environment for our youth.

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    • 516
    • 2
    • 94%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Toledo

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Toledo has been fighting for families since day one. We are primarily focused on keeping children safe and furthering their opportunities in life.

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    • 294
    • 3
    • 80%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program
  • Washington, D.C.

    After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Washington, D.C. is proud to serve the students of this diverse and vibrant community, and as we grow and build relationships throughout DC, our hope is to bring these opportunities to every middle school student within the district.

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    • 896
    • 7
    • 91%
      Qualify for a Free or Reduced Lunch Program


  • Our Supporters

    A Big Thank You

    On behalf of After-School All-Stars staff and board, we would like to express our sincerest gratitude for all of the support we have received from hundreds of foundations, corporations, and individuals this past year.

    Our donors provide more than just financial support — they are partners and champions working to carry our mission forward. It is only through their commitment to our programs that we are able to provide free, comprehensive after-school programming for children across the country.

    We are grateful to these groups for standing alongside us in countless ways. Without them, we wouldn’t be where we are today.

    We can’t thank you enough, but we’ll keep trying. 

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Thanks To All Our Supporters

Listed here are donors who contributed $1,000 or more during the 2017-2018 fiscal year.

  • $1,000,000+
    • After School Education & Safety Program (ASES)
    • Atlanta Public Schools
    • California Department of Education 21st Century Community Learning Centers
    • City of Orlando
    • Florida Department of Education 21st Century Community Learning Centers
    • Georgia Department of Human Services
    • Hawaii Department of Education 21st Century Community Learning Centers
    • Miami-Dade County Public Schools
    • NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
    • Orange County Public Schools (Florida)
    • Windsong Trust
  • $500,000 - $999,999
    • Arnold Schwarzenegger
    • The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
    • City of Atlanta Centers of Hope
    • City of San Antonio
    • The Marcus Foundation
    • Mondelez International Foundation
    • New York Life Foundation
    • Ohio Governor's Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
  • $100,000 - $499,999
      • The Ahmanson Foundation
      • Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation
      • C & C Honolulu Grant-In-Aid
      • Children Mending Hearts
      • DC Office of the State Superintendent of Education
      • Diana Davis Spencer Foundation
      • District of Columbia Public Schools
      • Edvin Ovasapyan
      • The Elma Music Foundation
      • Essentia Water
      • Flancbaum - Rizzuto Family and Conair
      • Fox Sports Networks
      • Harris Family Charitable Foundation
      • Hawaii State Grant-in-Aid
      • Himan Brown Charitable Trust
      • The Internet Association
      • The JCPenney Communities Foundation
      • Jerome Snyder Foundation
      • Kamehameha Schools
      • Los Angeles Rams
      • Lucas County Jobs and Family Services
      • Mastery Charter Schools
      • McInerny Foundation
      • mikeroweWORKS
      • National Basketball Association
      • New Jersey Department of Education 21st Century Community Learning Centers
      • New York Department of Education 21st Century Community Learning Centers
      • Newark Public Schools
      • News Corp
      • Office of Hawaiian Affairs
      • Partnership NYC
      • Pennsylvania Department of Education 21st Century Community Learning Centers
      • Richmond College Prep
      • Rob Ronen
      • Scott Cawthon
      • Simonian Family and Westime
      • Target Foundation
      • T-Mobile Foundation
      • United Way of Greater Los Angeles
      • United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
      • United Way of New York City
      • Universal Orlando
      • The Walt Disney Company
      • The Whitehead Foundation
      • Yellow Brick
  • $50,000 - $99,999
      • AmeriCorps, District of Columbia
      • Annie Duke
      • Anonymous
      • Anthony Yanko
      • AUW
      • Barry and Renee Honig
      • Beat the Streets
      • Bekim Veseli
      • City of Los Angeles
      • Cleveland Metropolitan School District
      • Costco Wholesale Corporation
      • Dylan Jones
      • Edgewood Independent School District
      • ESA Foundation
      • Ford Motor Fund Company
      • General Motors
      • Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
      • LA84 Foundation
      • Lenfest Foundation
      • Mammoth Mountain
      • Mark Groussman
      • Mazda Foundation
      • Nancy Rogers
      • Oakland Unified School District
      • Paul and Liza Wachter
      • Philip's Academy Charter School
      • Prevent Cancer Foundation
      • The Ralphs M Parsons Foundation
      • Randy Perkins
      • Real Estate Coach Pty Ltd.
      • Red Bull/Southern New Hampshire
      • Robyn and Don Conlon Family
      • Roy and Penny McClurg
      • SeaWorld
      • Siemens
      • United Way of Metropolitan Chicago
      • Walmart Foundation
      • Werner Family Foundation
  • $10,000 - $49,999
      • A Place Called Home
      • Adam Fisher
      • Adobe Foundation
      • Aleksandr Brez
      • Andrew De Francesco
      • Andrew Schwartzberg
      • Anonymous
      • Anthem Foundation, Inc.
      • Astellas Foundation
      • AT&T
      • Atherton Foundation
      • Autodesk
      • AvalonBay Communities
      • Avanade
      • Avi Lerner
      • Bank of America Charitable Foundation
      • Bank of Hawaii
      • Ben Sparango
      • Ben Wander
      • Best Buy
      • Blair Speers
      • Boston Red Sox Foundation
      • Brad Pyatt
      • Brian Strike
      • CA Technologies
      • CAA Foundation
      • Campbell Soup Foundation
      • Capital for Kids
      • Carl R. Hendrickson Family Foundation
      • Charles D'Angelo
      • Chicago Bulls Community Assist Fund, a McCormick Foundation Fund
      • Cisco Systems Foundation
      • City National Bank
      • Clark Winchcole Foundation
      • Clay and Lisa Cooley
      • Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation
      • Columbus Department of Education
      • Common Threads
      • Communities Foundation of Texas
      • Con Edison
      • Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc.
      • Covanta Energy Group
      • Crescent Porter Hale Foundation
      • CTD Investments
      • Dallas Independent School District
      • David Arnold
      • David B. Miller
      • David Garcia
      • DeWayne Zinkin Sr.
      • Digital Millennium Wireless
      • Dimitry Mazur
      • Dream Builders Project LA
      • Edison International
      • The Elizabeth and Barets O. Benjamin Foundation
      • Eric Grossman
      • Ernst & Young
      • Fabian Nunez
      • Farshad Fardad
      • Fifth Third Bank
      • First Hawaiian Bank
      • Fort Myer
      • Frank Girolamo
      • Friends of Hawaii Charities
      • Gannett Foundation
      • Gary E. Milgard Family Foundations - Skylight Foundation
      • Gaudenzio Roveda
      • Gina Betts
      • Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles
      • Good Sports
      • Google
      • Grace S. and W. Linton Nelson Foundation
      • Graham and Elizabeth Weston
      • GSM Charity Auctions, Inc.
      • Harald Buben
      • Harry Singer Foundation
      • Hawaii Community Foundation
      • HEI Charitable Foundation
      • Heisman Trophy Trust
      • The Herb Block Foundation
      • High-Tech High Heels
      • Hillsdale Fund, Inc.
      • HMSA Foundation
      • Holly and Brad Reeves
      • Hollywood Events Pty Ltd
      • Hollywood Imprints
      • Inspired Stars Council
      • Iris Smith
      • James Brulte
      • James Madden
      • Jeff Beacher
      • Jill Tosti
      • Jimmy John and Leslie Liautaud
      • John & Tarra Stetson Charitable
      • John Whitehead
      • Jon Sheinberg
      • Josh Altman
      • Josh Wander
      • Keewaydin Temagami
      • Keith Brackpool
      • Kenneth Wegner
      • Klemens Hallmann
      • KPMG
      • Kres Steakhouse
      • L Brands Foundation
      • Laura and Donna Lee DiMaggio
      • Lee Bailey
      • Leo Model Foundation
      • Leon J. Simkins Charitable
      • Lisa Lucheta
      • Los Angeles Arboretum and Botanic Garden
      • Ludmila Bess
      • Marcin Pioro
      • Mark Fisher
      • Mary Alice and Bennett Brown Foundation
      • Matchless London
      • Matt Altman
      • Matt Podraza
      • Maverick Carter
      • The Meadows Foundation
      • Mercy Lab
      • The Miami Foundation
      • Miami Heat Charitable Fund
      • Miami Heat Limited Partnership
      • Michael and Helen Schaffer (Mike Appeal)
      • Michael and Michaela Sisk
      • Michael Beckerman
      • Micheal Ho
      • Mike Hardy
      • MOCA Foundation
      • Modern Luxury
      • Muriel F. Siebert Foundation
      • Newman's Own Foundation
      • NexEra Energy Foundation
      • Norcliffe Foundation
      • Office of Latino Affairs
      • Olivia Donef
      • Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC)
      • The Patricia Kind Family Foundation
      • Peter Mitchell
      • Philip L. Graham Fund
      • Pinkerton Foundation
      • PSEG Foundation
      • PVT Land Company
      • The Rees-Jones Foundation
      • Reinberger Foundation
      • Richmond Dinh
      • Robert Emami
      • Robert Lorimer
      • Rodney Cohen
      • The Rose Hills Foundation
      • RSM Consulting
      • Russell Family Foundation
      • San Antonio Area Foundation
      • Sandy Springs Education Force
      • Sanjay Khunti
      • Sharlee Jeter
      • Sharon Hernandez
      • Sichenzia Ross Friedman
      • Siebert Foundation
      • Siemer Family Foundation
      • Soles for Souls
      • Spindrift Family Foundation
      • Starting Point
      • Stephen Glass
      • Steve Kram/Content Partners LLC
      • Steven and Debbie Weiss
      • Strategic Dealer Services, LP
      • Stuart A. Miller Family
      • Sultan Albarc
      • Susan Crown Exchange
      • Susan Kennedy
      • Tai Lopez
      • Take-Two Interactive
      • Thomas Keys
      • Todd and Gretchen Lanman
      • Todd and Kari Wagner
      • Todd Glasin
      • Tom and Priscilla Chow
      • Torani
      • Turn 2 Foundation
      • United Way of the National Capital Area
      • United Way Philadelphia
      • University of California, Los Angeles
      • US Soccer Foundation
      • Victoria Foundation
      • Wayne Boich
      • Westgate Resort Foundation
      • Winston and Becky Hickox
      • XL Catlin
  • $5,000 - $9,999
      • Adam Arviv
      • Advance Wireless
      • Alan S. Honig
      • The Albertsons Companies and Vons Foundation
      • Align Public Strategies
      • Allen Hilles Fund
      • American Savings Bank
      • Andrew Sassoon
      • Anonymous
      • Apollo Group
      • Ash Marton
      • Baker Bots LLC
      • Bank of the West
      • BB&T Rolfe Davis
      • Benjamin Shabtai
      • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois
      • Brendan Whitsitt
      • Brett Brewer
      • Brett Brewer
      • Brian Herman
      • The California Endowment
      • Callan Law Group
      • Carlos Bonzon
      • Carlos Saladrigas Jr.
      • CBS EcoMedia
      • Coles Serfe
      • Colin O'Reilly
      • Cozen O'Connor Philadelphia
      • CPS Engery
      • Daniel Nir
      • Dash Wireless, Inc.
      • David Bland
      • David Delaney
      • David Silverman
      • Dorsey & Whitney Foundation
      • Dr. Sabrina Kay
      • Duane Kurisu
      • Embark
      • Eric Fender
      • Fifth Third Bank Foundation
      • Fit Girls
      • Galloway Foundation
      • Gary Tobey
      • George Wasserman Family Foundation
      • Glaser Foundation
      • Global Good Fund
      • Gold's Gym
      • Haggar
      • Hartline Dacus Barger Dreyer LLP
      • IBC
      • Industrial Light & Magic
      • Ingram-White Castle Foundation
      • Insight Property Group
      • James D. & Kay Y. Moran Foundation
      • Janik Vinnakota LLP
      • Jared Margolis
      • Jarett Posner
      • Jeff Patterson
      • Jenny Wrobel
      • Jim Lorimer
      • John Stetson
      • John Tighe
      • Jon Bier
      • Just in Queso Foundation
      • Keith Hennessey
      • Ken Sterling
      • Koa Capital
      • KP Financial Services
      • Larson & Tourbo
      • Los Angeles Kings/Fox Sports West
      • Luis Lopez
      • The MacNaughton Group
      • Marcos Gomez
      • MGM National Harbor
      • Miami Dolphins Foundation
      • Michael Appell
      • Microsoft
      • Mike and Mary Silverman
      • Motiv8 Foundation
      • National University System - Sanford Harmony
      • Nationwide Children's Hospital
      • NBA Cares
      • Neo International LLC
      • Newmark Knight Frank
      • Noah Schwartz
      • Northwoods
      • Old School Labs
      • Omar Johnson
      • Orlando City Soccer Foundation
      • Park Place Dealerships
      • PECO
      • Pepco
      • Peter Sisitsky
      • Phil Terry
      • Primetalk USA LLC
      • Robert Fishman
      • Royal Caribbean Cruises LTD
      • Ryan Ross
      • Sam Hirota, Inc.
      • Sandra Silverman
      • Scott and Cheryl Bagenstose
      • Seybert Foundation
      • Shane Battier
      • Smartfone Telecom, Inc.
      • Summa Hawaii, Inc.
      • Telecell
      • Teo Vanyo Adiputra
      • Terry and Barry Greenberg
      • Texas Capital Bancshares
      • Theresa Lana
      • Thomas Haubenstricket
      • Thunderbird Community Sports Foundation
      • Todd Kramer
      • Toledo Walleye Hockey Club's Walleye Wishing Well Fund
      • Tomorrow Telecom, Inc.
      • Trinity Investments
      • Umpqua Bank
      • Unlimited PCS, Inc.
      • USTA National Campus/ USTA Foundation
      • Viacom (Nickelodeon)
      • Wellness Patriots
      • Wells Fargo Foundation
      • William Kakon
      • William Penn Foundation
      • Wireless Time LLC
  • $1,000 - $4,999
      • Aaron and Lauren Dworkin
      • Academic Approach
      • Alessandra Carozza
      • Alexander and Baldwin
      • Alexander Mehr
      • Alicia Price
      • Alliance for a Healthier Generation
      • Alston & Bird LLP
      • Alston Hunt Floyd and Ing
      • AMDS, LLC & Auad Services
      • Andres M Gonzalez
      • Andrew Grace
      • Anonoyomus
      • Anonymous
      • Anonymous
      • Anonymous L Brands Employee
      • Ansley Elfmont
      • Aracely Godinez
      • Arlene Balkansky-Stein
      • Arnie's Army
      • The Art Of Charm
      • AT&T Ohio
      • August DiRenzo
      • BakerHostetler
      • Bank of America
      • Barghausen Consulting Engineers
      • BDO Seidman
      • Ben Lange
      • Benjamin Gregory
      • Benjamin Rosenthal
      • Bert Martinez
      • Big Ten Network (BTN)
      • Bill Wade
      • Bio-Tech Consulting, Inc.
      • Boeing
      • Boss Film Productions
      • Brendan Davis
      • Brian Bilzin
      • Brian Nowak
      • Byrd Leavell
      • Cardinal Healthcare
      • CareSource Foundation
      • CD102.5 For the Kids
      • Cellular USA, Inc.
      • Champions School of Real Estate
      • Championsgate
      • Charity Golf International
      • Chris Hannan
      • Christian Berkholtz
      • Christian Tinder
      • Christopher M. Budack
      • Chuyen Nguy
      • Clear Channel Outdoor
      • CMTLA INC.
      • Coastal Construction
      • Colin Mathews
      • Commissioner Jim Gray
      • Commissioner Patty Sheehan
      • Commissioner Robert Stuart
      • Commissioner Samuel B. Ings
      • Commissioner Tony Ortiz
      • Cory and Rachel Gregory
      • Cozen O'Connor NY
      • CSX Transportation
      • D.V. and Ida J. McEachern Charitable Trust
      • The Dallas Foundation
      • Daniel DiPiazza
      • Daniel Fisher
      • Dave Erland
      • David Bender
      • David Brown
      • David Harris
      • David Sturgeon
      • Deeptha Jayaratne
      • Deloitte LLP
      • Dominion Charitable Foundation
      • Don Dizon
      • Donnie DiGeronimo
      • Dr. Arthur and Bonnie Ennis Foundation
      • Easton Community Foundation of the Columbus Foundation
      • ECS Mid Atlantic
      • Eddie Jones
      • EJ Bond
      • Erick Richardson
      • Eugene Matsuyama
      • ExpandED Schools
      • Fernie and Margo E. Lopez
      • Florence Joliff
      • Florida Citrus Sports
      • Fluor
      • The Food Group
      • Fun Spot
      • Gary and Nora Gausman
      • The Gil and Dody Weaver Foundation
      • Golf Channel
      • The Good Coin
      • Grace Pacific Corporation
      • Gray Robinson
      • Harbor Capital Advisors
      • Harman Cain Family Foundation
      • Harrison & Held LLC
      • Harrison and Brittany Barnes
      • Harvey Kesner
      • Hasib Mobh
      • Head Injury Foundation
      • Henry E Niles Foundation, Inc.
      • Hillcrest Foundation
      • Himali Patel
      • HPM Building Supplies
      • HW&Co.
      • Iberia Bank
      • Ill Park
      • Indidesign
      • Interceramic
      • International Chiropractors Association
      • Irene Kieweg
      • Irie Foundation
      • Island Insurance Foundation
      • James Spitzig
      • Jamie Dunning
      • Jared Townshend
      • Jeff and Lynn Watanabe
      • Jenkins Hill Consulting LLC
      • Jessica Flugge
      • Jhamandas Watumull Fund
      • Jim Mickey
      • Joel Schaub
      • Joel Steinberg
      • John A. Gonzalez Insurance Services
      • John Ghingo
      • John O'Rourke
      • Johnson & Johnson
      • Jonathan Honig
      • Jonika Nix
      • Jordan Levy
      • Jordan Meisner
      • José Altuve
      • Joseph Galvano
      • Joslyn Main
      • June Engineering / Junebug Foundation
      • Justin Croniser
      • Kam Cares Foundation
      • Katherine Perot Reeves
      • Keith Ferrazzi
      • Keith Jereb
      • Kendra Scott Columbus
      • Kersten Rettig
      • Kevin Jones
      • Key-Comm International
      • Kris LaBrie
      • Larry Beebe
      • Laser Spine Institute
      • Latham, Shuker, Eden & Beaudine
      • The Laura B. Vogler Foundation
      • Lauren Sella
      • Lea Journo Beverly Hills Hair Salon
      • Lilly Pulitzer
      • Littler
      • Liz Giordano
      • Logan Stout
      • Lorik Papyan
      • Manuel Zaby
      • Mark and Debbie Jerman
      • Mark and Kayla Owens
      • Mark Kreisler
      • Mark Silverman
      • Mark Strickland
      • Marlins Foundation
      • Mary Perry
      • Marybeth and Kevin Conlon
      • Matt Chung
      • Mears Transportation
      • Metro PCS
      • MGO LLP (Macias, Gini & OConnell)
      • Michael Lerchl
      • Michael Lustigman
      • Michelle & Brad Schrupp
      • Mike Schmidt
      • MJ Wireless, Inc. dba Cellular Zone
      • Moccasin Lake Foundation
      • Mohit Bahsali
      • Morgan & Morgan
      • Moshe Hartstein
      • Neil and Cindy Grossman
      • New Frontiers Foundation
      • Nicholas Lynn
      • Noah Theran
      • NoWstalgic Toys, Inc.
      • The Olympic Club Foundation
      • Omar Antigua
      • Omar Spahi
      • OPOC.us
      • Orlando Magic
      • Orlando Police Department
      • Pacific Western Bank
      • Pamela Lehrer
      • PAR Hawaii, Inc.
      • Patrick Schwarzenegger
      • Paula Miltenberger
      • Payline Data
      • PB Express, Inc.
      • Peace Guardians
      • Pete Diamandis
      • Peter Miller
      • PH Mullen
      • Pogir
      • Prizeo
      • Puro Trader
      • Quality Distributors LLC
      • The Queens Health Systems
      • Raphael Auad
      • Ray Allen
      • Raymond Chao
      • Redouane Guebli
      • Richanne Lam
      • Ripley Entertainment, Inc.
      • Rob Recine
      • Robert Chinn Foundation
      • Robert Goldman
      • Robert Hickman
      • Robert Ring
      • Robert Solomon
      • Rockwell Collins
      • ROEM Development Corporation
      • Sam Mathew
      • Samsung
      • Satish Unni
      • Savills Studley, Inc.
      • SCORE -American Soccer Company, Inc.
      • Seattle Foundation
      • Shannon Skokos
      • Sherwin-Williams
      • Shutts & Bowen
      • Sivonne Davis
      • Speedia Tax Services, Inc.
      • Stan Majkrzak
      • Stefan James
      • Stefanie Langer
      • Steve & Monica Hershey
      • Steve Burke
      • Steve Seay
      • Stuart Seldowitz
      • Susan Sakuda
      • Susanne Charlton
      • Sydne Mullings
      • Tammie Brewer
      • TATA Consultancy Services
      • Tavistock Development Company
      • Tim Hepplewhite
      • Tim Pettit
      • Todd Seto
      • Tracy Lange
      • Two Labs LLC
      • United Parcel Service (UPS)
      • Unlimited Martial Arts
      • Urban Flats Wine
      • Valdis Sneberg
      • Ventas
      • Victor Almeida
      • Victoria Perry
      • Volunteer Florida
      • Walmart Store 2362
      • Wawa
      • William Duhut
      • Willis Towers Watson
      • Windermere Foundation
      • Wireless PCS
      • Women's Sports Foundation
      • Workbook LLC
      • X-CLAD
      • XOXO Media Group
      • Youth Service America
      • Zumpano, Castro LLC
  • Leadership

    National leadership

    • Arnold Schwarzenegger

      Arnold Schwarzenegger

      Founder & Honorary Chair

    • Paul Watcher



    • Ben Paul

      BEN PAUL


    • Andrea Bazan

      Andrea Bazan

      Chief Devlopment Officer

    • Jennifer Berry

      Jennifer Berry

      Chief Operating Officer

    • Aaron Philip Dworkin

      Aaron Philip Dworkin

      President, National Network

    • Carlos Santini

      Carlos Santini

      Executive Vice President of Programs

  • Leadership

    Division leadership

    • Tyler Chandler
      Regional Executive Director for South Central Region
      Adrianna Ely
      Director of Development Operations
      Amy Grill
      VP of Content Marketing and Communications
      Emely Martinez
      Senior Director of Talent Development & HR
      Jeffrey Miller
      Director of Curriculum & Training
      John Thurman
      Director of Operations
    • Megan Donahue
      Director of Systems & Internal Communications
      Sarah Beth Gardner
      Senior Director of Special Projects
      Hector LaFarga
      Regional Executive Director for Westcoast
      Kristy McCarthy
      Chief of Staff
      Jason Spector
      Senior Director of Strategy & Evaluation
  • Leadership

    Chapter Leadership

      Walter Thompson
      Executive Director

      Kirk Posmantur
      Board Chair
    • BAY AREA
      Namrata Gupta
      Executive Director

      Lisa Lucheta
    • Chicago
      Cameron Nelson
      Executive Director

      Jason Johnson

      Crystal Mitchell
    • Cleveland
      Traci Jadlos
      Executive Director

      Justin Croniser
    • Columbus
      Tracy Ensign
      Executive Director

      Christopher O'Shaughnessy
      Board Chair

      Karen Kasich
    • Hawaii
      Kimi Takazawa
      Executive Director

      AJ Halagao
      Board Chair
    • Las Vegas
      Jodi Manzella
      Executive Director

      Jenna Morton
      Board Chairs
    • Los Angeles
      Ana Campos
      Executive Director

      Sabrina Kay
      Board Chair
    • New Jersey
      Nicole Harris
      Executive Director

      Tim Hepplewhite
    • New York
      Dax-Devlon Ross

      Michael Schmidt
      Board Chair

      August DiRenzo
    • North Texas
      Marissa Castro Mikoy
      Executive Director

      Ben Lange
      Board Chair
    • Orlando
      Dan Toffoli
      Executive Director

      Colby Arrow
      Board Chair

      Mayor Buddy Dyer
    • Philadelphia and Camden
      Kelly Woodland
      Executive Director

      Lisa Lewis
      Board Chair
    • Puget Sound
      Ranna Daud
      Executive Director

      Christian Tinder
      Board Chair
    • San Antonio
      Patricia Karam
      Executive Director

      Jane Macon
      Board Chair
    • South Florida
      Sean Prospect
      Executive Director

      Carlos Saladrigas
      Board Chair
    • Tampa
      Joe Mangione
      Executive Director

      Bill Gieseking
      Board Chair
    • Toledo
      Tracy Ensign
      Executive Director

      Christopher O'Shaughnessy
      Board Chair

      Karen Kasich
      HONORARY Chair
    • Washington, D.C.
      Daniela Grigioni
      Executive Director

      Brendan Whitsitt
      Board Chair
  • Leadership

    Board Members

    • Founder & Honorary Chair
      Arnold Schwarzenegger
      38th Governor of The State Of California
      Paul Wachter
      President & CEO | Main Street Advisors
    • President & CEO
      Ben Paul
      President & CEO | After-School All-Stars
      Bonnie Reiss
      IN LOVING MEMEORY (1956-2018)
      Michael Beckerman
      President & CEO
      The Internet Association
      Brett Brewer
      CrossCut Ventures
      Maverick Carter
      Rodney Cohen
      Managing Director
      The Carlyle Group
      Conyers Davis
      Laura DiMaggio
      August DiRenzo
      Annie Duke
      Author, Public Speaker
      Scott Galer
      John F. Ghingo
      President, APPLEGATE FARMS LLC
      Mark Groussman
      Managing Member, Bull Hunter, LLC
      Chris Hannan
      Tim Hepplewhite
      Daniel L. Hernandez
      CEO & President,
      Hollenbeck Youth Center
      Omar Johnson
      Founder & CEO
      Tom Keys
      President & COO
      Jane Macon
      Partner, BRACEWELL LLC
      Chairperson, Siebert Financial
      Mark J. Madgett
      Amy Moynihan
      A Squared Entertainment
      Chris O’Shaughnessy
      Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP
      Michael Reinsdorf
      President & COO
      Chicago Bulls
      Joseph Schlater
      Director of Business Development
      Standard General LP
      Mark Silverman
      President, FOX SPORTS NETWORKS
      John Simonian
      Founder, Westime
      John Tighe
      President, Peerless Clothing International
      Tom Werner
  • Leadership

    Program Evaluation Board

    • Dr. Tiffany Berry
      Research Associate Professor, Claremont Graduate University (CGU) Associate Director, Claremont Evaluation Center (CEC)
      Dr. Gretchen Biesecker
      Principal Consultant, Bee’s Knees Consulting
      Dr. Michael K. Conn
      Senior Vice President, Research, Student Research Foundation
    • Dr. Barry A. Garst
      Dr. James Pann
      Dr. Curtis Jones
  • Leadership

    Youth Advisory Board

      A'Niyah P.

      E'Money K.
    • BAY AREA
      Merllin O.

      Ingrid P.
    • Chicago
      Freddie H.
    • Cleveland
      Jahmel B.
    • Columbus
      Tiffany B.
    • Hawaii
      Siaki T.

      Jacile P.

      Elizabeth L.
    • Las Vegas
      Arlee B.
    • Los Angeles
      Salma M.

      Janell H.
    • New Jersey
      Nylea U.
    • New York
      Odeidra S.

      Zaphhire L.
    • North Texas
      Danna C.

      Benito R.
    • Orlando
      Angelica O.

      Alexis H.
    • Philadelphia and Camden
      Tiembrah W.
    • Puget Sound
      Yago R.

      Malia C.
    • South Florida
      Joseluis G.

      Carys W.
    • Tampa
      Chad S.

      Bryce H.
    • Washington, DC
      Ajani A.

      De'Quan A.

Annual ReporT Financials

For the 2017-2018 fiscal year, After-School All-Stars had a total network operating budget of $43,169,077

ASAS Network Expenses

  • 80% Program Expenses
  • 5% Fundraising
  • 15% Administration Expenses

ASAS Network Funding

  • 59% Government Revenue
  • 5% Event Revenue
  • 19% Foundation Revenue
  • 5% Individual Revenue
  • 8% Corporate Revenue
  • 4% Other

From All Of Us At ASAS

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